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...why some conservative intellectuals hate the Sarah Palin "type". We already know the Left hates Sarah Palin. But they are stupid, and must be told to think this, so they don't really know why. As LaborUnionReports reminded us only yesterday, they don't even know when to hate war without being...
You gotta see this to believe it. This was the price for the Obama sign-in ceremonies  at ESPN on Thursday I guess. This from FoxSports today...and yes, do read the comments. Bernie Chumm still wagers his No 1's won't make it. (My Richmond Spiders already clocked Vanderbilt, the matricula...
This is Part II in what will be a series in how citizens, tea party citizens especially, need to view the job of their newly elected congressmen. I think of the new freshman in Congress differently than incumbents, and although they will run in 2012 as incumbents, I will continue...
News reports this morning are that amid rising fears of increased meltdown of fuels rods in Japan's Fukushima  nuclear facility there are rising fears of radiation. Read that sentence carefully, then pull out your divining rod and try to find a substantive fact anywhere. This link to the daily (March 17)...
Today is a D-Day of sorts for the House Freshman, the day they hit the beach. I have a somewhat contrarian view about how they should hit this beach in our first assault on the occupied territories of Fortress Democrat. There are two general views about how this assault...
Did anyone ever call an airline pilot a "worker?"  How about an actor, a member of the Screen Actors Guild? OK, these are both private sector professionals in unions. But how a cop? Is a cop a "worker"? A fireman? Call a Wisconsin school teacher or...
About twenty years ago I penned an essay about Science and the Science Method with a view toward warning the medical community about the risks of getting into bed with politicians. That view was predicated on the fact that Science and Medicine didn't just drop into our...
This is at least the third time this has been mentioned in print, going back to 2006. Moses Sands, gone now since Dec 2006, had a simple, yet effective method of viewing "democracy" and democratic institutions. He saw things from the bottom up and often said that Man's desire...